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Bears in our Backyards?

Updated: 09/25/2002 - The Waynesboro Police Department says they receive a handful of calls about bears everyear. Wildlife evperts say they could soon be receiving more.

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Spring House Vandalized

Updated: 09/25/2002 - A community funded land mark in Harrisonburg has been vandalized. Police are cracking down.

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The New EMHS

Updated: 09/25/2002 - Eastern Mennonite High School has been approved for renovations.

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Request Granted

Updated: 09/25/2002 - The Harrisonburg Rockingham SPCA has received the funding it needs. Harrisonburg City Council said it would give the group $500,000 towards its new facility. The county had already donated the same amount.

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Children First: School Zone Safety

Updated: 01/17/2005 - Local law enforcement gathered recently in an effort to keep children safe. Officers and other city officials want to get the word out about school zone safety.

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Rescue Squad Growth

Updated: 09/24/2002 - Three area rescue squads are building new buildings because the population is booming.

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Drug Arrest

Updated: 09/24/2002 - A Waynesboro man is behind bars after being arrested on charges of drug trafficking.

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Bank Robbery

Updated: 09/24/2002 - The second individual charged in the August armed robbery of Planters Bank in Waynesboro has been apprehended in North Carolina.

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Cyber Security

Updated: 09/24/2002 - JMU's president is tapped by President Bush for a national panel after school makes it mark on information security.

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Census: U.S. Poverty Up, Income Down

Updated: 09/24/2002 - The U.S. poverty rate rose for the first time in eight years and household income fell last year, a double dose of bad economic news that coincided with the first recession in a decade.

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Statewide Food Drive

Updated: 09/23/2002 - Farm Bureau kicks off stateside food drive.

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Foster Care Crisis

Updated: 09/23/2002 - The number of Valley children in the Valley's foster care system is rising and the number of foster parents is dwindling.

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United Way Grant

Updated: 09/23/2002 - More than $830,000 in federal money is allowing the United Way to bring reading programs to your home. The grant money will go towards the Reading Road Show Early Literacy Initiative.

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250th Anniversary

Updated: 09/23/2002 - A Valley town is celebrating a milestone and residents aren't letting this special day pass unnoticed.

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Old Tyme Festival

Updated: 09/23/2002 - The town turns 150 and it's celebrating!

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Road Money Gone

Updated: 09/23/2002 - The state may have missed out on $15 million in transportation funds.

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Sex Abuse Sentence

Updated: 09/20/2002 - A Frederick County man received 15 years in prison yesterday for sexually abusing a nine-year-old girl.

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Tougher Laws

Updated: 09/19/2002 - Each year, nearly 700-bicyclists die in crashes with motor vehicles and 90-percent of those are not wearing helmets. Now some states are cracking down on those without helmets and even fining children.

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Healthsouth Investigation

Updated: 09/19/2002 - Healthsouth says it's being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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